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    Default Passed Security+ today

    778/900, not what I was expecting but have to admit I was thrown by some of the questioning and was just hoping for a pass when I finally clicked submit. I feel comfortable with the meat of the subjects though. My question is should I go straight for my MCSA and eventually MCSE or maybe take something like the Linux+ because I have ZERO background with it. I'd also like to eventually learn some SQL. I am currently an applications analyst with 3+ years of previous help desk/jr sysadmin experience. I've only been at this job for a few weeks. My interest is in cyber-security but the jobs aren't in my market here and I don't plan on making a move.
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    Congrats!!
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    Sorry I used the GCGA material from Darril Gibson on his website and the paperback book which was a great resource. I took the practice exams on here and on Exam Compass and made notes on questions I missed because I didn't understand the concept. I ended up with pages of notes and flashcards everywhere.
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    Great job!
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    Great job!!
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    Congrats, a pass is a pass. Alot of people come out of that test site with sad faces. Congratulations!
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    Congratulations!!


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    Congrats!
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    Congrats!!
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    Congrats! Linux+ is good for systems admin.
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    Congrats!! but you can tell me about your exam , what type of questions and simulation because i have exam next sunday
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